From rebellion to restoration : Ezekiel / Arnold Valentin Wallenkampf

Main Author: Wallenkampf, A. V., 1913-1998, Arnold ValentinLanguage: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Washington, DC : Review and Herald Publishing Association, ©1990Description: 110 p.ISBN: 0-8280-0614-8.Dewey: 224/.406, 20Classification: Contents note: Preface -- 5 1. Triple Tragedy -- 7 2. God on His Throne -- 14 3. Sowing and Reaping -- 21 4. The Most Despicable Sin -- 27 5. The Surely of God’s Word -- 34 6. Self-deluded Leaders -- 41 7. Individual Responsibility -- 48 8. The Filthy Foundling -- 56 9. The Ultimate Ruler of the Nations -- 64 10. Shepherds, Sheep, and Salvation -- 73 11. Heaven’s Heart Surgery -- 82 12. Valley of Dry Bones -- 89 13. God’s Glorious Postexilic Plan for Israel -- 97 Scriptural Index -- 107 Abstract: The book of Ezekiel is probably one of the most neglected books in the Bible. Few people remember anything about it, except that the prophet Ezekiel saw a "wheel within a wheel" and that he wrote about a valley of dry bones. But the message in Ezekiel holds a rich blessing for the reader. Ezekiel paints a picture of God embracing both His severity and kindness. The severity of God is manifested in His judgments upon Israel and the surrounding nations in chapters 1-32. Chapters 33-48 portray God's mercy. They breathe an atmosphere of hope and renewal with unlimited possibilities for restored Israel living under the blessing of the new covenant experience presented in chapter 36. It is the author's sincere hope that the reader may hear God speak to him through His prophet Ezekiel as He guides His ancient people through storms and shadows to the radiant sunshine of God's constant love and care.. Item type: Книги
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Includes index.

Preface 5 1. Triple Tragedy 7 2. God on His Throne 14 3. Sowing and Reaping 21 4. The Most Despicable Sin 27 5. The Surely of God’s Word 34 6. Self-deluded Leaders 41 7. Individual Responsibility 48 8. The Filthy Foundling 56 9. The Ultimate Ruler of the Nations 64 10. Shepherds, Sheep, and Salvation 73 11. Heaven’s Heart Surgery 82 12. Valley of Dry Bones 89 13. God’s Glorious Postexilic Plan for Israel 97 Scriptural Index 107

The book of Ezekiel is probably one of the most neglected books in the Bible. Few people remember anything about it, except that the prophet Ezekiel saw a "wheel within a wheel" and that he wrote about a valley of dry bones. But the message in Ezekiel holds a rich blessing for the reader. Ezekiel paints a picture of God embracing both His severity and kindness. The severity of God is manifested in His judgments upon Israel and the surrounding nations in chapters 1-32. Chapters 33-48 portray God's mercy. They breathe an atmosphere of hope and renewal with unlimited possibilities for restored Israel living under the blessing of the new covenant experience presented in chapter 36. It is the author's sincere hope that the reader may hear God speak to him through His prophet Ezekiel as He guides His ancient people through storms and shadows to the radiant sunshine of God's constant love and care.

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